Pasco Police and SWAT officers spent a number of hours defusing a domestic violence and murder threat at a Pasco residence.

Suspect was successfully arrested.

Monday afternoon, Pasco Officers were called to a residence near Road 32 and Opal Street, a location just north and west of the Court Street-Highway 395 interchange.

Pasco PD initially reported it as a Felony crime scene, and Pasco PD and Tri-Cities Regional SWAT surrounded the area. Residents were asked to shelter in place or avoid the area.

Several updates were released by the Police, and the situation turned into a standoff but was finally resolved late Monday evening. No word if any injuries to anyone at the scene, but Pasco Police say it was resolved.

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The suspect was captured and booked into the Franklin County jail on charges of Domestic Violence with Threats to Kill.  More information is expected to be released soon.

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